Posted by **Christina** on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 7:15pm.

A child has a large supply of dominoes, each of which measures 16 millimeters by 88 millimeters. She wants to lay them out to form a solid square, and she wants them all to be laid out horizontally. What will be the dimensions of the smallest square that she can form, and how many dominoes will it require?

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